2/4/19

The Pulp Edit: 10 Bold & Beautiful Trends

The Top 10 Bold & Beautiful Looks for Spring

Graphic patterns, bold statements, and dramatic black are making daring debuts for the spring season. Here are our top 10 fearless looks in interiors and fashion.

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Oversized patterns are making a bold statement on wallcoverings, and this nature-based print from Voutsa lets the butterflies fly free.

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F is For Frank celebrates the human form in all its glory with the Goddess Necklace. Also look for accessories shaped into hands, faces, and lips.

THREE

You don’t have to scream color to make a strong statement. This Weitzner wallcovering in the Isolde pattern speaks softly but carries a big punch with the glow of metal.

FOUR

Nothing makes an impact in a room more than original art. We love the artist William McLure and we’ve commissioned him to create a very large custom painting for one of our clients – it will be the show stopper of the room!

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With the lovely look of sea glass, these Ghanian beads from Ngala Trading are actually created with recycled glass. They look amazing on a coffee table, or hanging from a lamp.

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Mom, actor, singer, performer, ex-Fly Girl, super businesswoman and HOT AF at 49! Hats off to Jennifer Lopez, Harpers Bazaar February cover girl, who shows us you can keep killing it at any age!

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Bold lines are taking center stage on fabrics and wallcoverings in 2019. The pattern is formed with chalky lines on the Pastiche fabric from Kelly Wearstler for Ground Works. In a great embroidered trim called Drum Circle, S. Harris makes a point with triangular shapes.  And Arte adds a little blue-green color  to its Oculaire Metric grass cloth wallcovering.

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The pattern of liquid and bubbles on the Vapor plates from CB2 is mesmerizing. They would add a bold layer to a  dinner table!

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The Kudu Horns from Ngala Trading are sustainably sourced and offer an adventurous look that works in any room.

TEN

Speaking of bold and beautiful trends, Art Deco is just starting to make a comeback. We love the more graphic elements of this design style, like the Ellington collection of tile from Walker Zanger, in brass and ebony.

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